the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Policies

 

Age Requirements

  • Children under 12 must be with an adult (18 or older) at all times while in the Recreation Center.
  • 12-15 year olds must be with a parent or legal guardian (18 or older) in the weight room.
  • No children are allowed in the weight room.
  • Adults (16 years and older) have unrestricted access.

Swimming Pool

  • Children under 12 must be with an adult in the swimming pool at all times regardless of swimming ability.
  • A parent must be within arms reach of a child who cannot swim at least 15 yards unassisted.
  • Children 12 and under are not permitted to use the Whirlpool.

Check in Procedure

All patrons must present an ID card or Legacy Hotel key to the front desk worker for entrance into the Health and Recreation Center.

Admission and Access Control

As part of our campus-wide security policies, patrons must scan their ID card to access locker rooms, swimming pool, the gyms, weight room, racquetball courts, and running track.

Dress Code

Modest apparel is expected. Apparel with inappropriate language or pictures are not permitted.

Women: Shirts must be worn at all times. Loose fitting outer garments for easy movement are required over mid-drifts and sports bras. No tank tops, racer back, backless or spaghetti strap tops. Shorts must be at least mid-thigh and no spandex pants or spandex shorts.

Men: Shirts must be worn in all areas except the pool or locker room. Manufactured sleeveless are permitted but cut-off sleeveless shirts are not allowed. Loose fitting shorts are required.

 

Guest Policy

  • All faculty may host guests without cost. Three guests per visit or one family are welcomed per visit.
  • All students, Alumni, full-time SBTS/Boyce employees, contracted (Sodexo, Pioneer, Lifeway etc.) employees & other patrons may host a guest at a cost of $3 per person. Out of town guests are free. Children under the age of six are free. Up to three individual guests or one family are welcomed per visit.
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